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Updated  July 06, 2015                                              Follow us on Facebook 


 
ATTENTION DRIVERS !!! Along with close to $25,000 in purse money up for grabs this weekend, you also have a chance to win this custom designed Ozark Mountain Pellet Smoker Grill, along with a set of grill grates to go with it, courtesy of S&W Supply/Federated Auto Parts out of Hays Ks.

“S&W SUPPLY is looking forward to the 2nd annual Grill Give-a-way this weekend. Thanks for allowing us to be a part of the URSS”, said Lance Pittman of S&W Supply.

This grill and grill grate will be given to the high point driver over this weekends 3 days of racing in Wakeeney and Hays. We want to thank Lance Pittman and S&W SUPPLY for this great prize for our competing drivers.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Zach Blurton Takes The URSS Win 
At Wakeeney Speedway
 
 
The United Rebel Sprint Series made its second appearance at
 the 3/8’s mile oval at Wakeeney with nineteen teams 
 making the pull. The field was a blend racers from
 Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado with some veteran racers
 Kenny Lutters and Howard Van Dyke rejoining the field
 with Clint Shubert and Mike Taylor coming in from
 Calhan Co. as well as Nate Berry of McCook Ne making
 the pull.

 Liberal Kansas hot shoe Tracey Hill lead the field the
 green flag with outside pole sitter Jeremy Huish taking
 the early lead with Hill, Lance Davis, Koby Walters and
 John Webster rounding out the top five at the end of 
 the first circuit.
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Cranston Wins Steve King Memorial

in URSS action at Dodge City 

Luke Cranston became the 6th different winner in as many races this year as he claimed the URSS portion of the Steve King Memorial Saturday night at Dodge City Raceway Park in Dodge City Ks. 

While Cranston handily led all 25 laps for his second DCRP score of the year, it nearly slipped away with a close call coming off the final corner to the checkered flag. 

“I about bit it there, those two cars got crossed up a little then I got sideways and then it jerked the front end over,” Cranston explained of the near disaster. 

Starting from the front row outside, Cranston weathered a daring opening lap slider from Billy Alley to capture the lead. While Alley nearly looped it, he gathered it up but not before falling back to fourth on the opening lap. 

With Cranston out front, Wyoming’s Zac Taylor assumed second at the midway point when second-runner Ty Williams was forced pitside after narrowly avoiding Connor Atkinson’s wild turn two flip. Fourth-place at the time, Jake Bubak retired to the pits under the same red flag. 

Taylor chased the rest of the way but was unable to mount a challenge on Cranston for the point. Jason Martin battled past Alley for third on a late restart, with Alley crossing the stripe fourth. J.D. Johnson outlasted Zach Blurton in a spirited battle to round out the top five.

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Coby Pearce takes URSS checkers at Colorado’s New Dirt Track 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Golden Colorado’s Coby Pearce added his name to the history books on Friday night as he picked up the opening night feature victory at Colorado’s newest dirt track, Colorado Motor Sports Park in Byers, Colorado, and earning his second career URSS feature win. 

        Brian Hardman, Coby Pearce and Mark Walinder

Even though the field was small due to last minute scheduling and other isues, the racing was great as the feature went caution free from green to checker. 

Using the revenge draw format, where each driver had to give the number they drew to another driver, it was Golden Colorado’s Brian Hardman given the pole with Pearce starting along side him on the front row. 

Hardman would jump into an early lead with Pearce in the 2nd spot and 4th starting Mark Walinder settling into 3rd by the end of lap 1. Pearce would then make his move, overtaking Hardman for the lead on lap 2 and Walinder would then start pressuring Hardman for 2nd, finally able to make his pass on lap 4. By the end of lap 4, it was Pearce, Walinder, Hardman, Clint Shubert and 7th starting Bob Schaeffer rounding out the top 5.  click here for more  Check out the Schedule page for added dates at CMP


C.J. Johnson Takes URSS Honors at DCRP

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (June 6, 2015) – C.J. Johnson became the third different Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Car winner in as many events after being awarded Saturday night’s 25-lap United Rebel Sprint Series feature victory atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval.

The Quinter, KS, shoe picked up the win after apparent winner Ray Seemann was unable to successfully complete post-race technical inspection.

After winning his heat race, Lady Luck was on Johnson’s side after starting seventh in the URSS/Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Car feature.

With Tracey Hill pacing the early rounds, Johnson was fifth after four laps when defending URSS champ Jake Bubak clipped an infield tire and slid to a stop exiting turn four.

Jeremy Huish slipped by Keefe Hemel on the restart, only to miss the preferred groove several laps later and lose a half-dozen positions. Hemel did the same thing two laps later, opening the door for Johnson to climb to third behind Hill and Seemann after ten laps.  Click here for the rest of the story


Koby Walters Claims His Second URSS Win At RPM Speedway

After Mother Nature tried her best to thwart the efforts of track crews and racers alike the United Rebel Sprint Series rolled into RPM Speedway Saturday night for the first of four events on the 2015 Racing Schedule. Seventeen cars made their way to the high clay oval to do battle under the stars, a rarity this spring in Western Kansas.

Tracey Hill led the field to the green as the Rebels kicked off the twenty five lap Feature event. Outside pole sitter Keefe Hemel grabbed the lead followed by Jed Werner in the runner up spot and a hard charging Steven Richardson rocketed his way to third from his eighth starting spot with Tracey Hill and Jordan Randels rounding out the top five after the first circuit. Hemel’s lead was short lived and Werner took the position away on lap two bringing Richardson with him relegating Hemel to the third spot. Hill would retake the third spot on lap three as tenth place starter Koby Walters began his drive to the front.


Jeff Radcliffe Wires URSS Field At Wakeeney Speedway

The United Rebel Sprint Series rolled in the Wakeeney Speedway Sunday night for night number one of the annual Memorial Day weekend show. Despite the efforts of Mother Nature to dampen the hopes of area dirt track fans, Track Promoter Terry Cunningham and his staff went beyond the call to make sure fans got to see the show. The rains during the week provided a lightning fast racing surface and the 26 teams that made the trek wasted no time in giving the fans in the stands a great show.

The A Feature line up was once again determined by the “Revenge Draw” format since many of the drivers attending didn’t have a point average. The top ten drivers in passing points were brought to the front stretch where they had to draw a pill, the catch being they could not keep it for themselves they had to give it to another driver. Jeff Radcliffe was the last driver without a starting spot and the last pill left to be drawn was the pole. The Hill City driver made the most of that gift as he and Craig Jecha led the field to the green.  Radcliffe wasted no time jumping to the lead followed by Cody Lampe, Conner Atkinson, Jecha and Zach Blurton rounded out the top five after lap one. A quick caution flew on lap two as Austin Mclean got up into the loose stuff and spun in turn four.  Click here for the rest of the story..

 


Jed Werner Claims First URSS Career Win at The Duel At The “D”

The United Rebel Sprint Series kicked off its 10th Anniversary Season at the Liberal Fairgrounds Speedway with twenty four teams making the trip to the 3/8’s mile ‘D’ shaped oval. The track has hosted the Rebels several times and the unique shape of the track has always produced some great racing action for the fans.

Since this was the first race of the season for the Rebels, a “Revenge Draw” was used to determine the top ten qualifiers out of the heat races. Each of the heat race qualifiers drew a number 1 – 10, but they had to give that number to another driver. 2013 and 14 National Champion Jake Bubak drew the 1 pill and gave it to 2014 Kansas Region Rookie of the Year, Jed Werner, putting the second year driver on the pole for the A-Main. He would make the most of that opportunity by leading every lap and taking his very first URSS feature victory .

At the drop of green pole sitter Jed Werner took off with the lead as Kaden Taylor, Koby Walters, Zac Taylor and Jake Bubak rounded out the top five. By lap six C. J. Johnson had begun his push towards the front from his tenth place starting position, on lap eight took over the fifth spot. Werner stretched out his lead and was pulling away from the rest of the field with Zach Taylor and Kaden Taylor holding the second and third spots.

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A Word From The Series Founder

 

Welcome to our United Rebel Sprint Series official web site. With the growing support of committed competitors and supporting tracks, an affordable sprint car series is now full throttle.  We are now booking dates to area race tracks that will bring back affordable Sprint Car Racing to promoters and participants alike.  This series bottom line is affordable open wheel racing... period.  We have got to keep the costs down on this class to insure it's growth and make it a profitable opportunity for track promoters.  Thus making this series a winner for everyone  ....  including the fans.

 

With our pay structure of $500 to win and $125 to start the main, it is designed to bring new competitors into the series and make it feasible to travel to the area tracks insuring full fields.  We have adopted a set of rules and feel they are a great set of rules to keep the costs low and the competition close. By enforcing them we can keep it affordable to all.  This series has the potential to grow like wild fire and is a great concept to keep open wheel racing alive to all competitors and racetracks. I want to thank you all for your interest and the overwhelming support most have shown for this series.

 

Please feel free to contact me at any time for more information.



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